Ayelet Lerman is a performance, installation and sound artist living in Jerusalem. Her research focuses on unraveling an emotional field that stretches through the use of sound, music, sculpture, and movement. Ayelet was born in Tel-Aviv, 1976. On the day of her birth the house was filled with a thin layer of water due to a broken pipe. Later in life, Ayelet became a young classical violist and studied for a short while at the two music academies of Israel, as well as at the conservatorium of Bologna, Italy. At the age of 25 she decided to look for new directions in life. She finished a BA in philosophy and biology at the Tel-Aviv University, and travelled in India. Her return to the art world was through her studies at the School of Visual Theater in Jerusalem where she finished the four year course at 2010. Her final work, “Stringed”, and installation and a performance on it, granted her an award from the Jerusalem Mayor. Since November 2010 she is curating “Wire Tapping”, an experimental music series at Barbur Gallery, Jerusalem. On June 2012, she concluded a year and a half residency program at “mamuta” at the Daniela Passal arts and media center in Jerusalem, with a solo performance exhibition construed of installations on which she performed, and also invited musicians to perform alongside with her, creating site specific events. She participated in exhibitions, art events and festivals with her own work, and in collaboration with other artists. Now she works in a studio at the artists’ studios association in Jerusalem, granted from the Jerusalem Foundation.